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So everybody get ready for USA’s newest gay show, because “Common Law” has a premiere date (FRIDAY, MAY 11, 10 PM) and literally all the billboards I’ve seen boast that tagline, “It’s like marriage. Only with bullets.” Also, MICHAEL EALY IS IN IT, WHO IS CONSTANTLY IN THE RUNNING FOR MOST BEAUTIFUL MAN EVER IN THE UNIVERSE.
No, for real, it still looks they were about to angry bang, not fight.
Actually, which do you think is more likely: that Trevor and Mike would aggravate one another until they just fucked it out, or that they would get mad, maybe argue or fight, and then be annoyed until one of them apologized, they got stoned, and then had ridiculous makeup sex? Both?
Common Law centers on Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell, two cops with a problem… each other. Wes (Warren Kole), a methodical former lawyer with a passion for cars, gardening, and his ex-wife, and Travis (Michael Ealy), a maverick ladies’ man who served time in juvenile hall, can’t stand each other. As partners, they were LAPD’s dream team on the homicide squad but constant bickering got in the way of their work and the two ended up on probation. To revive their flagging professional relationship, their captain sentds them to Dr. Ryan, a couples therapist who will help them try to understand and resolve their conflicts. We soon learn that a successful relationship or partnership doesn’t mean you have to like the same things; you just have to hate the same things.
Thanks for the everything.
I mean, really? COMMON LAW and couples counseling? You’ve really figured out where your audience is, haven’t you.
Are we all ready for this?
Oh my god, just the other day I was watching Michael Ealy on “The Good Wife” and thinking, “Damn, why isn’t there more Michael Ealy in my viewing life? And why isn’t he part of more homoerotic relationships on television?”